A Learning Resource Type (LRT) attempts to describe the primary intent of a piece of educational content, realizing it can be referred to as many things. Because educational content often carries an abundance of characteristics, users can be left confused as to how to locate a particular type of resource in search tools. The use of LRTs and characteristics specific to different types of learning resources will combat this confusion by describing the essence of a resource.
With decades of experience, and a 127-point certification process, our team has partnered with educators to curate and contextualize the best of the web. We have developed proven systems for harvesting and presenting Open Educational Resources (OER) unlike any other publisher. We’re passionate about the power of digital content to make learning personal. Learn more about how our team contextualizes and tags resources by their type below: